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Scott Voigts
25550 Commercentre Dr, Lake Forest, CA 92630
City Councilman Scott Voigts' 2010 election victory marked the first time in years that a newcomer unseated an incumbentMore on the Lake Forest City Council. The former construction professional is a founder of the Orange County Christian Coalition, a longtime leader in the Conservative Republican Assembly and the co-founder of Family Value Voters Information and the Orange County Christian Coaliton. He has lived in Lake Forest since 1979.
Mayor Peter Herzog
25550 Commercentre Dr, Lake Forest, CA 92630
Mayor Peter Herzog was first elected to the Lake Forest City Council in 1994; he has been a resident here sinceMore 1982. He won the mayorship in 1998, 1999, 2004, 2005, 2009, 2010 and 2011. He was instrumental in preventing the El Toro Marine Base from becoming an airport and ensuring that the Musick jail site has not become a maximum-security jail. Mayor Herzog has also served on the Board of the Foothill-Eastern Transportation Corridor Agency and was chairman of the League of Cities Super-Committee for the renewal of Measure M, which passed in 2006. In May 1996, the Mayors of Orange County selected Mayor Herzog to serve on the Orange County Local Agency Formation Commission. 
Serrano Intermediate School
24642 Jeronimo Rd, Lake Forest, CA 92630

Serrano Intermediate School – the only intermediate school in the city of Lake Forest – offers a rangeMore of opportunities for students to be involved in creative, academic or social outlets. The school boasts arts programs including drama, orchestra, band, jazz band and chorus, Spanish and French classes, and career-minded electives like web design, wood shop and multimedia. As principal Bob Presby notes, "Serrano has something for everyone."

Thanks to Measure B funds, the "Home of the Soaring Seahawks" was recently modernized, meaning all of its classrooms, food service area, gymnasium and performance stage are now state of the art. 

In 2010, Serrano Intermediate received an API (Academic Performance Index) score of 869, an increase of 25 points over the prior year. Nine percent of Serrano's students are classified as "English Learners," and 18 percent receive free or reduced-price lunches.

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